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天然資源をめぐる紛争と持続可能な開発

Natural Resource Conflicts and Sustainable Development

(Earthscan Studies in Natural Resource Management)

Olsson, E. Gunilla Almered (EDT)   Gooch, Pernille (EDT)

Routledge 2019/04
228 p. illustrations ; 23 cm.   
装丁: Pap   
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テキストの言語: ENG    出版国: GB
ISBN: 9781138576896
装丁違いISBN: 1138576883
KCN: 1032532336
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Providing both a theoretical background and practical examples of natural resource conflict, this volume explores the pressures on natural resoures leading to scarcity and conflict.

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Providing both a theoretical background and practical examples of natural resource conflict, this volume explores the pressures on natural resources leading to scarcity and conflict. It is shown that the causes and driving forces behind natural resource conflicts are diverse, complex and often interlinked, including global economic growth, exploding consumption, poor governance, poverty, unequal access to resources and power. The different interpretations of nature-culture and the role of humans in the ecosystem are often at the centre of the conflict. Natural resource conflicts range from armed conflicts to conflicts of interest between stakeholders in the North as well as in the South. The varying driving forces behind such disputes at different levels and scales are critically analysed, and approaches to facilitate and enforce mediation, transformation and collaboration at these levels and scales are presented and discussed. In order to transform existing resource conflicts, as well as to decrease the risk of future conflicts, approaches that enhance and enforce collaboration for sustainable development at global, regional, national and local levels are reviewed, and sustainable pathways suggested. A range of global examples is presented including water resources, fisheries, forests, human-wildlife conflicts, urban environments and the consequences of climate change. It will be a valuable text for advanced students of natural resource management, environment and development studies and peace and conflict management. The book will also be of interest to practitioners in the field of natural resource management.

Table of Contents

1. The sustainability paradox and the conflicts on use of natural resources E. Gunilla Almered Olsson and Pernille Gooch PART I Overview of natural resource use conflicts in relation to sustainable development 2. Natural conflicts in the Capitalocene Pernille Gooch, Anders Burman and E. Gunilla Almered Olsson 3. Water, conflict and social sustainability: Bringing power into the water security discourse Sofie Hellberg 4. Forest-related community-outsider conflicts through the lens of property rights, access and power Josefin Gooch 5. Conflicts in the management of fisheries: The change in roles and perception of the Swedish fishing industry Staffan Larsson PART II Case studies 6. The raptor and the lamb: Reintroduction of carnivores in agricultural landscapes in Ireland Eileen O'Rourke 7. From dystopia to utopia - and back again: The case of the Van Gujjars pastoralists in the Indian Himalayas Pernille Gooch 8. Undermining the resource ground: Extractive violence on Laevas and Adnyamathanha land Kristina Sehlin MacNeil 9. Forest Governance in post-agreement Colombia Torsten Krause 10. To change, or not to change? The transboundary water question in the Nile Basin Ana Cascao PART III Transforming natural resource conflicts 11. Benefit sharing for project risk-conflict reduction and fostering sustainable development: Current understanding and mechanisms Shivcharn S. Dhillion 12. Power and knowledge use in coastal conflict resolution Olga Stepanova 13. Environmental conflicts: Towards theoretical analyses of social-ecological systems Karl Bruckmeier 14. The transformative potential of the food system concept: Sustainability conflicts or sustainability transitions? E. Gunilla Almered Olsson